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RIM Hints BB10 Debuts In January: Too Late?
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melgross
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melgross,
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10/2/2012 | 2:17:21 PM
re: RIM Hints BB10 Debuts In January: Too Late?
Well, Nokia is expected to go bankrupt at some point if Win Phone sales don't quickly move up dramatically. They have more debt right now than cash, and it isn't expected that they will be able to pay it back.
pkohler01
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pkohler01,
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10/1/2012 | 6:32:40 PM
re: RIM Hints BB10 Debuts In January: Too Late?
I have a long history of frustration and defective BB devices so when they really started floundering, I was apathetic. But now I look at RIM and I really hope they pull it together. I probably wouldn't get another RIM product but, diversity - choice - is good for the consumer.
Atharton
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Atharton,
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9/28/2012 | 10:48:22 AM
re: RIM Hints BB10 Debuts In January: Too Late?
Does it really matter to someone now?? Blackberry has been loosing grounds of late. N with release of Apple iPhone5 and upcoming Nokia Lumia920, I see no hopes of BB surviving in this battle..
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RobMark,
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9/26/2012 | 8:57:26 PM
re: RIM Hints BB10 Debuts In January: Too Late?
You mean Nokia has not been able to pull it off so far with MS right? Nokia is in a much better position to be successful than RIM.
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9/25/2012 | 8:58:40 PM
re: RIM Hints BB10 Debuts In January: Too Late?
I never liked BB to begin with but it's sad to watch the company go through an unrecoverable down-spiral. The only thing that will maybe save the company and the brand is to start installing Android OS. Not even sure if that will work either. Nokia was not able to pull it off with the Microsoft partnership.


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